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Cardamom: Health Benefits, Side Effects, and Sources

  1. Cardamom is one of the oldest known spices with many healthy properties for the body. Cardamom has traditionally been used in many cultures as a spice and traditional medicine. Modern science shows that cardamom can help improve your gut health, lower cholesterol and chronic inflammation, lower blood pressure and even fight cancer. Cardamom has a camphor-like flavor with smoky aroma and the flavor is given off by the brown-black seeds contained in the green pod. Both the seeds and the pod have a rich aroma and are often used in desserts, hot and spicy dishes, as well as aromatic drinks and teas. It is considered the queen of spices and is one of the most expensive spices, with a close third, the first and second being saffron and vanilla respectively.

What is cardamom?

  1. Cardamom, also known as the Queen of Spices, is the world's most expensive spice after vanilla and saffron. It is a perennial plant of the ginger family (Zingiberaceae) which also includes ginger and turmeric

Drug Interactions

  1. There have been a few reports where patients with high cardamom intake have red blood cells in their urine (haematuria)

  2. There have been a few reports where patients with high cardamom intake have red blood cells in their urine (haematuria



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